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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.60 | 19 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars This music is so much fun ! We get a taste of Dance, Trance, Psychedelic and Electronic all blended together. I couldn't help but think of another Hungarian band called KORAI OROM who play a similar style of music. Lots of drums and percussion with PORCUPINE TREE-like guitars and deep, chunky bass lines. This music just grooves people !

"Indul" has an ethnic flavour and becomes uptempo with that hypnotic beat. Such a full and solid sound to their music. Turn it up ! Hard not to move to the music. The song ends with a nucleur explosion. "Heavenicetrip !" has this mid-paced beat as guitar is picked. Such a clear and clean sound. Synths and processed vocals come in. It kicks into gear at 2 1/2 minutes, and i'm reminded of early PORCUPINE TREE, especially the guitar. Love that guitar ! Chunky bass and some ripping guitar after 7 minutes. "Imarobot" opens with floating guitar melodies as synths and spoken vocals come in. The tempo picks up as the bass digs deep and the guitar plays over top with the drums beating away. A more powerful sound 2 1/2 minutes in,organ follows. Vocals 4 minutes in. Great sound. "O-Zone" opens with percussion. Guitar and bass join in. Synths arrive and i'm thinking PINK FLOYD. A calm after 3 1/2 minutes. Spoken words 5 minutes in before it kicks back in.The guitar before 6 1/2 minutes sounds fantastic.

"Fix Dance" is experimental to begin with until we start to get a beat a minute in. Prossesed vocals 2 1/2 minutes in. Guitar before 4 minutes. Great sound. Spoken words again after 5 minutes. It's raining late as it blends into "Running In The City". The rain continues until a beat takes over with vocals. Guitar 4 minutes in makes some noise. "Podmobu" sounds like "Run Like Hell" early. The guitar 2 1/2 minutes is very psychedelic. Some female vocal melodies later. "Six Steps On The Moon" is a great track. I like the bass lines as well as the guitar. We get a beat before 1 1/2 minutes with vocals. Incredible sound 4 minutes in with the synths and female vocals. Crazy good drumming to end it. "Karma Tours" has such a good beat with synths as the guitar plays over top. Vocals come in and it gets a little heavier 5 minutes in. Nice.

Obviously from the ratings for this one, not everyone is as into this style of music as I am. I think if you like OZRIC TENTACLES or KORAI OROM you'll like this one a lot.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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